you can square a negative number but you can not square root a negative number
The value of iota square is negative one because that is how it is defined. Iota is defined as the square root of negative one, or iota square must be negative one.
The square of negative iota will be the same as the square of positive iota (i.e. -1) because when a negative number is multiplied by a negative number, the answer is positive.
Square roots of negative numbers are what are called imaginary numbers. The building block of imaginary numbers is the symbol i which is defined as the square root of negative 1. The square root of other negative numbers can be expressed using i. For example, the square root of negative sixteen is 4i, the square root of negative nine is 3i and so on.
The square root of 100 is 10 but positive and a negative is a negative so it is negative 10
The square root of a negative number is not real.
square root of a negative number is imaginary square root of negative 1 is defined as i square root of negative 144 is sqrt ((144)(-1)) = 12i
No. The square of a positive number is positive; the square of a negative number is also positive; and the square of zero is zero. If you want to square a number and get a negative result, you need complex numbers. For example, the square of 2i is -4.
-1,0,or 1 the negative square root of four is negative two and the square root of four is two
When a negative value does not make sense. Suppose you are told that a square has an area of 9 square metres and asked to find the lengths of its sides. Side = sqrt(Area) So length of side = sqrt(9) = -3 metres or +3 metres. However, length cannot be negative and so you reject the negative square root. However, if you were told that the same square was located on the Coordinate plane with one vertex at the origin and one side along the x-axis. Then one of the vertices could be at (3, 0) or (-3, 0). So the answer to the original question is that it depends on the context.
No, area cannot be negative. The least amount of area you can have is zero.
No, because to have a negative area means to have less than zero area.
A negative square root is an imaginary number.
Nothing. You cannot have a square root of a negative number. The square root of negative one is called i, but i is an imaginary number. It does not exist and does not follow the properties of real numbers. (For example, if a and b are positive, then the square root of a times the square root of b is the square root of ab. But the square root of -7 is not the square root of 7 times i.)
The answer is 2i. When dealing with negative square roots, the expression i is used to represent the square root of -1.
Treat it like a positive and add an i. Explanation: The square root of negative nine is equal to the square root of nine times negative one is equal to the square root of nine times the square root of negative one. The square root of negative one represented by an italic lower case i. The square root of negative nine is 3i. √-9 = √9 * -1 = √9 * √-1 = 3i
The square root of negative 168 is: ~12.9315 i
The square root of negative 37 is: ~6.0827 i
The square root of negative 40 is: 6.324555 i
There is no square root of a negative number. It would have to be a half negative, which is impossible.
it is impossible to get the square root of a negative, since the definition of a square root is something times itself. example: the square root of 16 is 4 because 4 x 4 = 16. and a negative times a negative is a positive, so the square root of a negative is impossible. however, you can do the square root of 121 (which is 11) and make the 11 a negative. 11 x 11 = 121 and -11 x -11 = 121 but you could make 11 negative after the fact, if that is what you wanted to do.
The answer is an imaginary number, because of the negative under the square root. The same number multiplied together will always be a positive number. For example, if you square negative one, the answer is positive one, because a negative times a negative is a positive. Because a square root undoes a square, there is no solution to the square root of a negative number. That's why your calculator could not compute this problem. However, there is a way to solve these types of problems by using imaginary numbers. The answer is 13i, where i is the square root of negative one.
Two, multiplied by the square root of negative one. (2i) The square root of negative 1 is purely imaginary, but mathematicians don't have much else to be imaginative about.